All Time Favorite Video Games

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

Opus of the legendary franchise Castlevania, Symphony of Night is like his peers an action-adventure game. You are going to play Alucard, the son of Dracula, in a game with a universe that can not be more vampiric. Worn many times in other media, this is probably the best episode of the franchise.

Final Fantasy VI

Role play by Square Co, Final Fantasy is only the third installment of the franchise to be released in the West. Last album to be released on NES, it is without a doubt one of the favorite fans of the saga. Characters like Terra Branford or Locke Cole of course contributed to the success of the episode.

Mega Man 3

While the first opus of the franchise already offered many adventures and a new universe, Mega Man third of the name arrives like a king on the NES. Resuming of course the basics of the first two games, he will send you to fight Break Man.

Half-Life 2

Following the episode released in 1998, the second album will prove to be even better than the basic opus.

A true institution and legend in the world of video games, the biggest fans are still waiting for the third installment in the series more than 10 years later.

The Last of US

Most recent game of our ranking, it is also one of the best games released the last two years. Plunging you into a post-apocalyptic universe, you will play Joel and Ellie, characters who have become as cult as the game itself.

Shadow of the Colossus

Real board of the PlayStation 2, this game comes to us straight from Team Ico. True nugget action-adventure, the game will seduce by the fact that there are no real dungeons or cities to explore, but simply huge giants to undo.

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger is the very example that shows us that Square Co does not offer us only Final Fantasy. Focusing the principle of his game on the journey in time, this game will be simply revolutionary for the time, thanks to its multiple purposes, or even its side quests could not be pushed any further.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

It was impossible not to mention the Zelda saga in this top, as long as it is at the origin of some of the best games ever. But since this is not a top Zelda game and we only have to mention one, we’ll leave out Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask for the very last episode: Breath of the Wild.

It’s not easy today to reinvent ourselves and revolutionize an entire genre, but that’s what Zelda Breath of the Wild did. This episode in open-world offers a freedom of movement and action never seen before and the richness of its universe is able to take away anyone, whatever its age and its relationship to video games. A game that deserves its title of Legend.